Adobe After Effects CS6 Classroom in a Book (Anglais) Broché – 15 juin 2012
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In addition to learning the key elements of the After Effects interface, this completely revised CS6 edition covers new features, including the Global Performance Cache, 3D Camera Tracker, Ray-traced 3D rendering, variable mask feathering, tight integration with Adobe Illustrator, rolling shutter repair, Pro Import files from Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro 7, improved mocha AE workflow, and more.
“The Classroom in a Book series is by far the best training material on the market. Everything you need to master the software is included: clear explanations of each lesson, step-by-step instructions, and the project files for the students.” –Barbara Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor, Rocky Mountain Training
Classroom in a Book®, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, helps you learn the features of Adobe software quickly and easily. Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does–an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts.
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Tired of having your creative process held up as you wait for your computer to "think" (i.e., render)? Wait no longer! Whether you're a broadcast pro, marketing specialist, or Web designer, if you work with video, you'll welcome the dramatically accelerated 2D and 3D rendering afforded by the brand-new After Effects 6.0 ($699, Standard Edition; $999, Professional Edition). Here to help you dive right into Adobe's motion-graphics and effects powerhouse is Adobe After Effects 6.0 Classroom in a Book. The team at Adobe has thoroughly revised the best-selling previous edition to cover all that's new in this upgrade. Designed around a single complex project that's broken down into manageable lessons, this book-and-CD package mimics a real-world workflow--but one you tackle at your own pace! The CD contains all the lesson files needed to complete the lessons.--Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché.
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So, this book does walk you through some pretty involved projects step by step, and if you analyze what you are doing, you can learn the concepts. But the book assumes you have some glancing familiarity with Adobe products already. (HOW do you zoom in to see your picture better on the screen? I found one way, but I know someone said there's a short-cut.) The book tells you up-front that it's not the definitive guide. I'd like to know what is, though; Adobe's Help files aren't. Still a good product and a lot of good learning.
I'm upgrading my review to 4 stars. It does have a lot of good knowledge densely packed in the book. And by the end of the lessons I feel pretty darn comfortable moving around in AE. Now I just need to put in the playing around time to see what all I can get it to do for me! I know I'll be going back to the book again and again for how it walked us through various effects and I can create from there.
Another puzzling approach is that the steps usually involve the typing of positional and rotational coordinates as opposed to the more intuitive use of visual motion paths to plot the movement of objects. It's like telling you to type in the latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates of Dallas and Houston on a map instead of just connecting them by dragging a line from one to the other.
Press-type-and-click instructions can be very useful to show you how to actually execute the features of an application such as After Effects, but, without some explanation of the "whys," you're learning almost nothing. It's like trying to learn to play piano by being told which keys to press or learning to paint by using a paint-by-the-numbers canvas.
It's amazing to me how Adobe could give its blessings to such an inferior book about such a superior product. They need a better book.
These lessons are presented in a procedure-like fashion so ultimately the student learns this program with his or her "hands" rather than by verbal instruction or explanation. Each lesson is thorough and complete in teaching the student how to import various formats, manipulate them, animate, transform and composite them into a coherent animation. Also covered are lens flare effects, text effects, and adjusting live action footage. Ultimately, this book is quite competent in teaching all of the above in a step-by-step manner. Each lesson takes about a half-hour to an hour to do so if you are motivated you can burn through this entire book in a fast weekend.
My animation experience is primarily with Macromedia FLASH so I figured that when I opened up the "After Effects" manual it would all come to me in a "whooshing epiphany". This was not the case since "After Effects" is quite rich in content and complexity and it requires lots of practice and detail driven tutorials to really grasp this program. Subsequently, this book provided me with the understanding and tutorials I needed to really learn this program
If you already know motion graphics, and are simply learning After Effects, this book may offer an effective means of getting into the swing of things quickly. But I can't recommend it for people like myself, who are learning motion graphics. Too many details are glossed over, nearly always with the comment that if you want more information, you should consult the After Effects help. Well, if I was going to simply wade through the After Effects help, I wouldn't really need this book, would I?
I'd recommend skipping this entry in the series in favor something more comprehensive. Hopefully, Adobe will address the problems with this book in a future edition.
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